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Possible Health Benefits Of Pomegranate Extract

Possible Health Benefits Of Pomegranate Extract

People the world over have known about the pomegranate and its potential benefits for centuries. That’s why so many cultures celebrate this power fruit. Throughout history, the pomegranate has been revered. Many have called it the Fruit of the Gods. It has also been a famous symbol of fertility and abundance. In other words, it’s […]

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Reducing Dietary Lectins: Do Almonds Have Lectins?

Reducing Dietary Lectins: Do Almonds Have Lectins?

Do almonds have lectins? It’s a great question. In fact, you might’ve noticed that almonds are not found on Dr. Gundry’s “Yes” or “No” food lists. So, are they okay to eat? Let’s look at the different types of almonds (and almond products), how to safely eat them, and how to reduce dietary lectins in […]

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4 Low Carb Recipes For Shirataki Noodles

4 Low Carb Recipes For Shirataki Noodles

Shirataki noodles aren’t known as “miracle noodles” for nothing – you can enjoy them just like your regular pasta, but with less worry about your intake of carbohydrates or total daily calories. Made from the root of the konjac yam plant, these glass-like noodles are naturally lower in calories and net carbs compared to wheat […]

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Is Wheatgrass Really Good For You?

Is Wheatgrass Really Good For You?

You see it every time you walk into a smoothie bar. Heck, you can smell it from the doorway. Even fancy coffee houses smell like it — fresh-cut grass. But where’s it coming from? It’s coming from that cookie sheet in the corner. The one with literal grass growing on it. Like mowing your lawn, […]

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How to Make Tomatoes Safer To Eat

How to Make Tomatoes Safer To Eat

It’s easy to learn how to deseed tomatoes. By doing so, you can avoid harmful proteins called lectins. These are components found in many plants that act as a sort of a self-defense mechanism.1 In tomatoes, the skin and seeds contain the most lectins. And just because a tomato has been picked and put in […]

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